Metaphor, There is a test on the Head Integrale 009 in the current issue of SKI CANADA. Unfortunately the current issue is not up yet on there website, but last months is, though that is of little help to you. The magazine use a scale of one to ten for ability, snowconditions,skier weight and skier style. 1 is geared for intermediate,soft snow,lighter skier, finesse style. 10 is for expert, hard snow, power skier, heavy weight skier.
So this is how the ski ranked. Ability 5.4 Snow Conditions 5.3 Skier Weight 5.6 and Skier style 4.9.
So what I gather from the numbers is the ski is geared for the advanced skier but not expert, and that it's good in both soft and hard snow, the ski is geared more to wards and avg weight skier.
The skier who tested it is Ron Betts and he is 5'10 and 165lbs He is a fast, aggresive skier and his qualifications are CSIA LEVEL 4, CSCF LEVEL 3, CSGA LEVEL 3. He had this to say about it. " This is a really nice ski for cruising. Apply just a bit of edge and the ski responds with a fun , prdictable arc. A bit of speed isn't a problem, and the ski easily switched turn shapes". In it's class it was best in turn initiation and edge grip.
The Ski was tested at Fernie. Since your from BC just head into any Chapters and grab a cup of Joe and read the test.
Hope this helps with your decision.